Vice President Mike Pence recently criticized Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts by saying he has not been a reliable conservative vote.
The New Mexico Supreme Court affirmed the right of Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) to issue fines to businesses that fail to comply with state public health guidelines.
Construction of the U.S. border wall will continue. In a 5-4 vote Friday, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Trump administration and against groups aiming to block federal spending on the wall.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced it will no longer be accepting new DACA, applications. In a memorandum released on Tuesday, the DHS also said it would reduce renewal intervals for current DACA migrants from two years to just one and noted that it would perform a comprehensive review of the program.
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) announced a new criteria in which he will decide whether or not to vote in favor of future Supreme Court nominees.
New applications for the DACA program have been labeled “pending” while the White House works to repeal the Obama era program. This came after a federal judge in Maryland demanded the full restoration of the program and its ability to take new applicants.
A record number of lawsuits are being filed over the 2020 elections. According to Loyola Marymount University law professor Justin Levitt, at least 154 cases have been filed across 41 states, including the District of Columbia.
The Supreme Court last week voted President Trump could not block the release of his financial records from the Manhattan district attorney. One America’s Amanda Brilhante spoke with an attorney to break down why that move was a victory for the president.
The Supreme Court has vacated the sentences of several Oklahoma Native Americans, who were convicted by state prosecutors, following a landmark decision that ruled half of the state remains a reservation. One America’s Jacob Miller has more.